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Workplace Safety Audit in India

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LocationGurgaon & Delhi NCR
Inspection Service ForWorkplace Safety
Usage/ApplicationCommercial
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Our organization is engaged in offering a wide assortment of Workplace Safety Audit Inspection Service to our clients. These services are rendered by professionals. In addition to this, these audit inspection services are executed at industry-leading rates to provide optimum customer satisfaction. Safety Audits are conducted for the purpose of health, safety, and fire hazard identification. During these surveys, assessments are made for compliance to applicable regulations and fire codes as well as the detection of unsafe hazards.

Audits also provide an evaluation of workplace compliance to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards relating workplace and worker safety. Audits of work sites are conducted for the purpose of health, safety, and fire hazard identification. During these surveys, assessments are made for compliance to applicable building and fire codes and the detection of unsafe hazards. Work site audits also provide an evaluation of compliance to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards relating to ergonomics, respirator use, hearing conservation, blood-borne pathogens and use of personal protective equipment. Ergonomics, the study of work and the relationships of carious stressors on the individual, can be identified through the building audits. The objective of ergonomics is to adapt the job and workplace to the worker by designing tasks, workstations, tools, and equipment to the abilities of the worker. Conducting a single annual comprehensive safety audit can actually hide the facts and hazards that you may want to discover. The single annual audit approach may tend to create a safety "ramp up" effect, by managers and supervisors, as the audit time approaches. Safety Audits are primarily to check the effectiveness of the various programs, they do not take the place of regular facility inspections. Facility safety inspections for hazards and their control should be performed on a weekly basis by supervisors and on a monthly basis by management. Our workplace auditing services cover a wide range of assessments designed to identify strengths and opportunities for improvement. A workplace safety audit is a proactive approach to improving your safety at work and will give your business the opportunity to ensure you are complying with Workplace Health & Safety Legislation.


A workplace safety audit will identify key areas that may need immediate attention and we will work with you to implement health and safety improvement plans and initiatives.


Our workplace auditing services include:

  • Initial review of clients operations, structure, existing safety system, and training of employees.
  • Walk through audit of your workplace.
  • Discussion of results and recommendations to achieve legislative compliance.
  • Documented report to client.
  • How We conduct a health and safety audit


The goal of a health and safety audit is to assist in the continuous improvement of your company’s OHS procedures. The audit should:

  • identify the risks and the levels of those risks within the workplace;
  • identify strengths and weaknesses in your safety procedures;
  • assess whether your safety procedures are legally compliant;
  • compare current documentation and practices against best practice and legal obligations;
  • recommend improvements in your safety procedures;
  • ensure that there adequate resources available to manage OHS; and
  • ensure that the resources devoted to health and safety are being utilised effectively.
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Workplace Safety Inspection in India

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CIL Provides 'Workplace Safety Inspection Services' in India.A workplace inspection is the process of critically examining the workplace for the identification and mitigation of workplace hazards and to ensure that all standards are met and the workplace is in fact safe and free from any risks. Workplace inspections are an ongoing process that play an important role in actively monitoring an organization's safety and adherence to safe practices. The inspection process involves various people, such as health and safety specialists, managers, supervisors, and members of health and safety management committees, depending upon the type and frequency of inspection. The inspection process mainly focuses on four key areas:People: Workers, their behaviour and methodsPlant: Machinery, equipment and vehiclesPremises: The workplace itself and the working environmentProcedures: The methodologies, safe system of work and permit-to-work systemThe frequency of inspection depends upon the nature of work being done, the materials, substances and equipment involved in the work process and the procedures being followed. Depending on these factors, inspections may be carried out daily, weekly, monthly, bi-annually or annually. Workplace inspections help prevent incidents, injuries and illnesses. Through a critical examination of the workplace, inspections help to identify and record hazards for corrective action. Health and safety committees can help plan, conduct, report and monitor inspections. Regular workplace inspections are an important part of the overall occupational health and safety program and management system, if present. Inspections are important as they allow you to: listen to the concerns of workers and supervisors, gain further understanding of jobs and tasks, identify existing and potential hazards, determine underlying causes of hazards, recommend corrective action, monitor steps taken to eliminate hazards or control the risk (e.g., engineering controls, administrative controls, policies, procedures, personal protective equipment). Planning is essential for an effective inspection.What to Examine, Every inspection must examine who, what, where, when and how. Pay particular attention to items that are or are most likely to develop into unsafe or unhealthy conditions because of stress, wear, impact, vibration, heat, corrosion, chemical reaction or misuse. Include areas where no work is done regularly, such as parking lots, rest areas, office storage areas and locker rooms.Workplace Elements, Look at all workplace elements – the people, the environment, the equipment and the process. The environment includes such hazards as noise, vibration, lighting, temperature, and ventilation. Equipment includes materials, tools and apparatus for producing a product or a service. The process involves how the worker interacts with the other elements in a series of tasks or operations. Types of workplace hazards include: Safety hazards such as those caused by inadequate machine guards, unsafe workplace conditions, unsafe work practices. Biological hazards caused by organisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. Chemical hazards caused by a solid, liquid, vapour, gas, dust, fume or mist. Ergonomic hazards caused by physiological and psychological demands on the worker, such as repetitive and forceful movements, awkward postures arising from improper work methods, and improperly designed workstations, tools, and equipment. Physical hazards caused by noise, vibration, energy, weather, heat, cold, electricity, radiation and pressure. Psychosocial hazards that can affect mental health or well-being such as overwork, stress, bullying, or violence.

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    Industrial Safety Audit In Gurgaon

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    Usage/ApplicationAny
    Type Of Service ProviderIndustrial safety audit
    Reason For AuditHealth & Safety check
    Audit TypeSafety Audit
    Mode Of ReportSoft Copy

    CIL provides industrial safety audits in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. We are an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body.

    The scope of the safety audit is limited to the safety and health of workers employed in the manufacturing processes and operations and also the safety of the plant and equipment used in the factory.A Industrial safety audit is a tool that helps to assess compliance in the workplace. The audit process involves conducting surveys to:Identify the safety regulations that apply to a factory, manufacturing facility, or business.Determine whether the safety and environmental requirements are being followed.Assess the various systems, procedures, and functions in place to ensure that all rules are being followed.Identify and find out methods to achieve compliance.Why are Industrial Safety Audits Essential?A safety audit can help to identify and correct the gaps in workplace safety. It not only helps in improving workplace safety but also helps in reducing liabilities. Safety audits demonstrate your commitment to compliance. Additionally, it helps in increasing employee awareness of safety and environmental regulations.Another biggest benefit of workplace audits is that they win the favour of regulatory and compliance agencies. A thoroughly completed workplace audits with the right follow-up improves your company’s standing not just with regulatory bodies but also to your stakeholders – board of directors, shareholders, clients, vendors, customers, and the general public.An audit will in general look to assess the following factors:The strength and weakness of your businessHow the system performs within the aims of the organizationIf the company is fulfilling its legal obligation within its industryProper performance reviewing system is in placeIf you still think auditing is not mandatory for the success of your business, let me today explain the various advantages of conducting regular internal audits and external auditsHighlight Potential ProblemsIf there are any issues or problems behind the scenes, it can lead to accidents and other negative consequences for your business. Prevention is better than cure, so the sooner you identify them, the sooner you can work on implementing the right solutions for the problemIncrease Employee AwarenessAuditing can increase awareness and understanding of the environment and safety regulations. This is important for the improvement of the business. The more skilled employee, the more is the growth.Enhance your Company’s CredentialsIf you’re looking for new investors or clients, it’s essential you do regular safety audits. A vast majority of businesses search for business partners with proper health and safety procedures. Having a positive public relation can greatly benefit your business goals. It attracts investors and also works as an incentive to pull in skilled employees to work for the company.Save MoneyA healthy and safety audit provides a calculated analysis of procedures and provides the changes to be implemented. This will save you thousands of rupees in operating costs.Helps you comply with Safety and Environmental LawsThere are many regulations and laws for each business to ensure safety within the industry. If you are not following the rules and regulations, it can cause trouble and can affect the future of your business. Knowing that you have the proper regulations will eliminate the risk of injury in the workspace and benefit your employees.Helps you win the Favour of Regulatory AgenciesA complete audit with proper follow up signals that your company is making good-faith to comply with applicable regulatory requirements.
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    Industrial Safety Audit In Bhiwadi

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    Minimum Order Quantity2 Day
    Type Of EnergyAny
    Usage/ApplicationAny
    Type Of Service ProviderIndustrial safety audit
    Reason For AuditAny
    Audit TypeAny
    Mode Of ReportSoft Copy
    Audit FrequencyOne Time Requirement
    Audit Method/ApprovalsOSHA
    Audit Standards/ApprovalsIS 14489:2018
    Safety Audit TypeIndustrial health & safety audit
    Certification RequiredYes

    CIL provides industrial safety audit in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan. We are an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body.
    STANDARDS TO BE FOLLOWEDThe audit is conducted with the following standards and codes of practices on Industrial Safety Audit:i) Indian Standard on Codes of Practices for Occupational Safety & Health Auditing (IS 14489:1998)ii) Legislative Requirements (The Factories Act, 1948, the Explosive Act, 1884, the Boilers Act, 1923 and the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 The SMPV rules, The Gas Cylinder Rules, the Electricity Act and Rule, the Mines Act and Rules etc.iii) Current Safe Practices, Prevalent in the factories and mines and the company internal controls.DOCUMENT VERIFICATIONThe following documents/records would be examined during the Safety Audit1. OS&H policy2. Safety organization chart3. Training records on Safety, Fire and First-aid4. Minutes of safety committee meetings5. Record of plant safety inspections6. Housekeeping inspection records7. Accident investigation reports8. Accidents and dangerous occurrences – statistics and analysis9. Record of tests and examinations of equipment and structures as per statutes10. Safe operating procedures for various operations11. Record of work permits12. Record of monitoring of flammable and explosive substances at work place13. Maintenance and testing records of fire detection and firefighting equipment14. Medical records of employees15. Records of industrial hygiene surveys (noise, ventilation and levels, illumination levels,airborne and toxic substances, explosive gases)16. Material safety data sheets17. On-site emergency plans and record of Mock Drills18. Records of waste disposal19. Records of effluent discharges to the environmentApproval of layouts and other approval from statutory authorities21. Records of any modifications carried out in plant or process22. Maintenance procedure records23. Calibration of testing records24. Shut down maintenance procedures25. In service inspection manuals, records including that of material handling26. Safety budget27. Inspection books28. Other statutory records29. Records of previous audits30. Safety in transportation of hazardous substances31. Inventory of Hazardous ChemicalsCommunicate ResultsAn effective workplace safety audit is essential to business continuity, employee protections and morale, along with the requirement to demonstrates compliance with all guidelines.It is important that all employees have a transparent understanding of the audit, and their safety status. Workers have been trained in safety procedures and adherence to those procedures is essential in reducing workplace incident.The proper communication of audit results creates an awareness of the company’s safety efforts and the collaborative safety results achieved by supervisors and line employees.The published audit results affirm that the company has invested in an effective safety program to reduce incidents and mitigate safety risk to their workers.OBSERVATIONS & RECOMMENDATIONSA detailed Recommendations/Action Plan is prepared based on the ‘Audit Findings’. The action plan contains an implementable schemes/ best practices / technologies/ innovative solutions for improving Electrical, Fire, Occupational & Health Safety, Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan measures to be followed by the Industry as per Short Term, Medium Term and Long Term Period.
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    Industrial Safety Audit In Bahadurgarh

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    Minimum Order Quantity2 Day
    Type Of EnergyAny
    Usage/ApplicationAny
    Type Of Service ProviderIndustrial safety audit
    Reason For AuditAny
    Audit TypeSafety Audit
    Mode Of ReportSoft Copy
    Audit FrequencyOne Time Requirement
    Audit Method/ApprovalsOSHA
    Audit Standards/ApprovalsIS 14489:2018
    Safety Audit TypeIndustrial health & safety audit

    CIL provides industrial safety audit in Bahadurgarh, Haryana India. We are an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body.

    A safety audit is a process that is considered the gold standard for evaluating the effectiveness of occupational health and safety programs. Their primary purpose is to identify health and safety hazards, assess the effectiveness of the measures in place to control those hazards, and ensure compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Administration's (OSHA) standards.
    Safety audits are conducted by independent audit consultants in order to ensure an unbiased review of policies, procedures, and safety management systems
    Review of Findings of the safety auditAfter all documents, written programs, procedures, work practices and equipment have been inspected, gather your team and material together to formulate a concise report that details all areas of the program. Remember to focus on the four basic questions mentioned earlier. Each program requirement should be addressed with deficiencies noted. Include comments of a positive nature for each element that is being effectively managed.

    A safety audit can involve a walkthrough of the facility, interviews with management and employees, and a review of the company's documentation and collected data.
    Safety audits serve two broad purposes:
    Ensuring compliance with safety legislation - these are routinely conducted and can be carried out externally (by representatives or a regulatory body) or internally (by a team drawn from the company's staff)Identifying weaknesses in a company's safety program - these audits serve as a guide to optimize a company's safety management system and identify corrective actions that should be undertakenThe broad objectives of a safety audit are to:
    Maintain a safe workplace by identifying hazards and implementing adequate controls for themVerify that employees are following the measures set out by the company's safety programEnsure that the facility, equipment, and operations meet safety requirements and industry best practicesDetermine whether the company's record-keeping is adequateSafety audits are more thorough than technical inspections and spot-checks. Audits look beyond the activity taking place on a typical workday and also evaluate the company's safety training and onboarding process.
    Benefits of Safety AuditsProviding an ongoing review of systems to ensure that they continue to be followedFacilitating planned improvements to programs, policies, and proceduresIdentifying weaknesses in human resources departmentsDemonstrating management’s dedication to employee health and safety

    Review of Findings of the safety auditAfter all documents, written programs, procedures, work practices and equipment have been inspected, gather your team and material together to formulate a concise report that details all areas of the program. Remember to focus on the four basic questions mentioned earlier. Each program requirement should be addressed with deficiencies noted. Include comments of a positive nature for each element that is being effectively managed.

    Corrective Actions from the safety auditDevelopment of corrective action should involve the managers and supervisor who will be required to execute the corrections. Set priorities based on level of hazard. All corrective actions should be assigned a completion and review date. Records of completed corrective actions should be reviewed through the normal management chain and then be filed for use during the next audit.
    Publish the Safety Audit resultsIt is essential to let all supervisors and manager know the basic findings and recommendations. Don’t forget to acknowledge those departments, managers and supervisors who are properly executing their responsibilities. After a few audits, everyone will want to show up on the plus side of the results, making the safety mangers job much easier.
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    CIL provides 'Health & Safety Audit' services in India & abroad. What Happens in an Audit? A professional health and safety expert will come to your premises and conduct the Health and Safety Audit.  They will examine multiple areas such as the company policy, management systems and see who is responsible for the management within your firm and who is considered to be a competent person who is able to advise you n health and safety matters. The audit also looks into:

     

    Planning – your use of risk assessments

    Procedures you have in place

    Emergency response procedures

    Control and communication

    Training

    Safety meetings

    Reporting accidents and incidents

    Monitoring Attitudes of employees and their awareness

    Attitude and awareness of the management

    How do You Benefit?

    As a company you can benefit by showing compliance with your health and safety policy. It shows you are working to monitor, review and improve your current management. Additionally, you benefit from spotting areas of weakness that need to be improved. By making the necessary changes you reduce the risks and create a safer working environment for everyone at the firm. In return you can be fully prepared for inspections from the health and safety audit, be protected should there be an accident that happened that wasn’t due to your safety failings and improve the costs related to staff accidents and illnesses caused by their work. Contact CIL Health and Safety Consultants if you have no time, are concerned about your compliance with legislation or require a review of your current management systems concerning health and safety. Health and Safety Consultants are ideal for you to use, especially if you have no health and safety experts working within your company. You may lack the knowledge and experience needed to run your policies and procedures or perhaps it is merely down to lack of time. Whatever the reason is you can greatly benefit by starting with an audit. Audits are a great way of seeing what is going on in your management and showing if you are currently in compliance with the health and safety legislation. You can discover what areas are lacking, what is working and then discover what action needs to be taken in order to bring you up to compliance.  You can use audits frequently as they are useful for spotting problems before they become serious issues. It is very easy to forget about the health and safety side of running a business. As an employer and a business owner there are multiple tasks that need doing, the work never stops. However, health and safety cannot be pushed to the back of your to do list. It needs to be one of your top priorities and therefore many business owners turn to health and safety consultants to help reduce the work load. One of the most effective ways to accomplish a health and safety audit is to carry out a compliance audit. This examines the current approach to Health & Safety management and identifies areas for improvement. This does not necessarily have to be a formal affair; an audit can be as formal or informal to suit the company. An audit can either be carried out internally or by an outside, independent auditor.There are many benefits to conducting a Health & Safety audit. One is to confirm the current performance of your company compared with national standards, and the best practice among similar organisations, such as:

     

    To make sure that the business is compliant with up-to-date Health & Safety Training and regulations and other applicable codes of practice.

    Ensure there are robust systems are in place to manage risks, protect the workforce and prevent accidents from happening.

    To confirm that adequate systems are in place to monitor compliance and review the management techniques regularly.


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    Industrial Safety Audit Services in India

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    Audit TypeSafety Audit
    Mode Of ReportSoft Copy
    Audit FrequencyOne Time Requirement
    Audit Method/ApprovalsOSHA
    Safety Audit TypeIndustrial health & safety audit
    Certification RequiredYes
    AccreditedYes

    The scope of the industrial safety audit is limited to the safety and health of workers employed in the manufacturing processes and operations and also the safety of the plant and equipment used in the factory. The Audit is carried out as per the requirement under IS 14489 and the various Legislative requirements such as the Factories Act, 1948 and the state Factories Rules, Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and Rules made there under and other applicable Statutes. “Management Systems” audit is done to assess the management’s involvement and commitment towards promoting safety and health systems at work. Management system audit provides scope of examining and evaluation of safety policies and procedures and their review, hazard communication system, dissemination of information and hazard awareness programme, training and motivation of employees, etc. Besides management systems audit, technical aspects of plant activities namely, storage and handling of hazardous substances, Emergency Preparedness, process and operational safety review, transportation safety, testing and examination of plant and equipment, housekeeping, waste disposal system, fire prevention and control, etc. would also be audited. 

    The following elements of management systems and technical aspects would be audited as per IS 14489:1998

    1. Health and Safety Policy 2. Safety Organisation and Functions 3. Safety Documentation 4. Safety Committee 5. Safety Budget 6. Accident Reporting, Investigation and Analysis 7. Safety Inspection 8. Safety Education and Training 9. Safety Communication/ Motivation/ Promotion 10. First Aid 11. Occupational Health Centre 12. House Keeping 13. Noise 14. Ventilation 15. Illumination 16. Hazard Identification and Control 17. Safe Operating Procedure 18. Work Permit system 19. Waste Disposal System 20. Personal Protective Equipment 21. Fire Protection 22. Emergency Preparedness 23. Plant Layout and Area Classification 24. Static Electricity 25. Pressure Vessels (Fired & Unfired ) 26. New Equipment Review 27. Lifting Machines and Tackles 28. Tank Storage Vessel Area 29. Colour Coding for Pipelines 30. Maintenance System 31. Transportation of Hazards 

    A detailed Recommendations/Action Plan is prepared based on the ‘Audit Findings’. The action plan contains an implementable schemes/ best practices / technologies/ innovative solutions for improving Electrical, Fire, Occupational & Health Safety, Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan measures to be followed by the Industry as per Short Term, Medium Term and Long Term Period.
    The Audit is carried out as per the requirement under IS 14489 and the various Legislative requirements such as the Factories Act, 1948 and the state Factories Rules, Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and Rules made there under and other applicable Statutes. “Management Systems” audit is done to assess the management’s involvement and commitment towards promoting safety and health systems at work. Management system audit provides scope of examining and evaluation of safety policies and procedures and their review, hazard communication system, dissemination of information and hazard awareness programme, training and motivation of employees, etc. Besides management systems audit, technical aspects of plant activities namely, storage and handling of hazardous substances, Emergency Preparedness, process and operational safety review, transportation safety, testing and examination of plant and equipment, housekeeping, waste disposal system, fire prevention and control, etc. would also be audited

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    Industrial Safety Audit In Chandigarh

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    Minimum Order Quantity2 Day
    Type Of EnergyAny
    Usage/ApplicationAny
    Type Of Service ProviderIndustrial safety audit
    Reason For AuditHealth & Safety check
    Audit TypeSafety Audit
    Mode Of ReportSoft Copy
    Audit FrequencyOne Time Requirement
    Audit Method/ApprovalsOSHA
    Audit Standards/ApprovalsIS 14489:2018
    Safety Audit TypeIndustrial health & safety audit
    Certification RequiredYes

    CIL provides industrial safety audit in Chandigarh India. We are an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body.
    The scope of the industrial safety audit is limited to the safety and health of workers employed in the manufacturing processes and operations and also the safety of the plant and equipment used in the factory. The Audit is carried out as per the requirement under IS 14489 and the various Legislative requirements such as the Factories Act, 1948 and the state Factories Rules, Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and Rules made there under and other applicable Statutes. “Management Systems” audit is done to assess the management’s involvement and commitment towards promoting safety and health systems at work. Management system audit provides scope of examining and evaluation of safety policies and procedures and their review, hazard communication system, dissemination of information and hazard awareness programme, training and motivation of employees, etc. Besides management systems audit, technical aspects of plant activities namely, storage and handling of hazardous substances, Emergency Preparedness, process and operational safety review, transportation safety, testing and examination of plant and equipment, housekeeping, waste disposal system, fire prevention and control, etc. would also be audited. 
    The following elements of management systems and technical aspects would be audited as per IS 14489:1998
    1. Health and Safety Policy 2. Safety Organisation and Functions 3. Safety Documentation 4. Safety Committee 5. Safety Budget 6. Accident Reporting, Investigation and Analysis 7. Safety Inspection 8. Safety Education and Training 9. Safety Communication/ Motivation/ Promotion 10. First Aid 11. Occupational Health Centre 12. House Keeping 13. Noise 14. Ventilation 15. Illumination 16. Hazard Identification and Control 17. Safe Operating Procedure 18. Work Permit system 19. Waste Disposal System 20. Personal Protective Equipment 21. Fire Protection 22. Emergency Preparedness 23. Plant Layout and Area Classification 24. Static Electricity 25. Pressure Vessels (Fired & Unfired ) 26. New Equipment Review 27. Lifting Machines and Tackles 28. Tank Storage Vessel Area 29. Colour Coding for Pipelines 30. Maintenance System 31. Transportation of Hazards 
    A detailed Recommendations/Action Plan is prepared based on the ‘Audit Findings’. The action plan contains an implementable schemes/ best practices / technologies/ innovative solutions for improving Electrical, Fire, Occupational & Health Safety, Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan measures to be followed by the Industry as per Short Term, Medium Term and Long Term Period.The Audit is carried out as per the requirement under IS 14489 and the various Legislative requirements such as the Factories Act, 1948 and the state Factories Rules, Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and Rules made there under and other applicable Statutes. “Management Systems” audit is done to assess the management’s involvement and commitment towards promoting safety and health systems at work. Management system audit provides scope of examining and evaluation of safety policies and procedures and their review, hazard communication system, dissemination of information and hazard awareness programme, training and motivation of employees, etc. Besides management systems audit, technical aspects of plant activities namely, storage and handling of hazardous substances, Emergency Preparedness, process and operational safety review, transportation safety, testing and examination of plant and equipment, housekeeping, waste disposal system, fire prevention and control, etc. would also be audited
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    In today's dynamic and evolving business landscape, ensuring safety and mitigating risks are paramount for organizations across industries. Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) serves as a proactive approach to identify potential hazards, assess associated risks, and implement effective control measures to prevent incidents and safeguard stakeholders. At CDG, we offer comprehensive HIRA services designed to empower organizations with the knowledge and strategies needed to enhance safety, protect assets, and foster a culture of risk awareness and management.

    Understanding Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment: HIRA involves a systematic process of identifying, evaluating, and controlling potential hazards and risks within an organization's operations, facilities, and activities. By analyzing various scenarios and factors, including workplace conditions, equipment, processes, and external influences, organizations can proactively identify potential hazards and assess their likelihood and consequences. This enables informed decision-making and the implementation of appropriate risk control measures to minimize the likelihood of incidents and their potential impact.

    CDG's Approach to HIRA: At CDG, we recognize the importance of a robust and tailored approach to HIRA that aligns with the unique needs and risk profiles of each organization. Our HIRA services encompass the following key components:

    1. Initial Assessment and Scoping:

      • We begin by conducting an initial assessment and scoping exercise to understand the organization's operations, activities, and potential hazards.
      • This involves collaboration with key stakeholders to gather insights, identify priorities, and establish the scope and objectives of the HIRA process.
    2. Hazard Identification:

      • Our experienced team utilizes a variety of techniques, including site inspections, hazard mapping, brainstorming sessions, and documentation reviews, to identify potential hazards across all aspects of the organization's operations.
      • Common hazards assessed include physical hazards (e.g., machinery, equipment), chemical hazards (e.g., hazardous substances), biological hazards (e.g., pathogens), ergonomic hazards (e.g., repetitive tasks), and psychosocial hazards (e.g., workplace stress).
    3. Risk Assessment:

      • We conduct a comprehensive risk assessment to evaluate the likelihood and consequences of identified hazards.
      • This involves assigning risk ratings based on criteria such as probability, severity, and potential impact on people, property, the environment, and the organization's reputation.
    4. Risk Control Measures:

      • Based on the findings of the risk assessment, we work closely with the organization to develop and prioritize risk control measures.
      • These measures may include engineering controls, administrative controls, procedural safeguards, personal protective equipment (PPE), training programs, emergency response plans, and continuous monitoring and review mechanisms.
    5. Documentation and Reporting:

      • We provide clear and concise documentation of the HIRA process, including hazard registers, risk matrices, control measures, and action plans.
      • Our comprehensive reports highlight key findings, recommendations, and proposed risk mitigation strategies, empowering organizations to make informed decisions and take proactive steps to enhance safety.
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